Sites are laid out side by side pull-throughs. At this time of year, park is uncrowded. Gravel roads and sites. Very good cable and Wi-Fi. Decent Mexican restaurant, Mission Villanueva, a few blocks towards town with large parking lot behind it.
Basic prairie park. Limited shade, pull through sites. No cable, Wi-Fi, antenna TV. Older but pretty clean bathrooms. Driveway has ruts in it so drive in/out slowly. Wanted low cost stop for the night with electricity for the AC unit. If you want low cost w/o electricity try the rest stop across the road as WY allows overnight "parking" and the rest stop looked nice and modern. Rate reflects Passport America.
Nice, small, well shaded campground. Lots of channels on the cable. Good Verizon signal. The furthest in sites are close to the freeway and when we were there they were doing construction work with jack hammers. Inside the RV with the air conditioning on we heard nothing, but just be aware of potential noise if you prefer fresh air. Would stay her again. Rate reflects Passport America.
Small but well kept park. There is no cable, but you can pick up three public TV type channels on antenna. Restrooms are clean. There was no hand soap. I'm not sure why. Rate reflects Passport America, but it was not the full 50% discount from standard $35 rate. Quiet, country feel. Would stop again.
This is a campground in a dry area with sage brush vegetation and a highway looped about it on three sides. We had an easy access pull through site with plenty of room. Great views of surrounding hills.The highway was just about 30' away from our site. As we stayed here in September we could keep the windows closed so road noise not a big issue however headlights at night disturbed wife's sleep a lot. Would be a bigger issue in warmer months. Also, expected there to be plenty of spaces available by early September but they were down to 4 by the time we registered at 4 PM. Rate was with Golden Access discount.
This is a small KOA but very tidy and clean. The restrooms were among the nicest/cleanest we have encountered. The owners are very friendly and helpful. They had a Sunday breakfast buffet (additional cost) of high quality. Unfortunately that may be ended due to small attendance. Greybull is not a destination town but this is a great little campground if you're ready for a stop. Rate was with KOA discount.
Nice, large reservable campground. The front 4 loops are open grass area and the back loops are within a forested area, some overlooking the lake. A few years ago we stayed in the grass area. In the morning a buffalo wandered through pausing outside the ladies bathroom, causing confusion to those coming out (humor to those outside). This time had a site in the forested part. Plenty of chipmunks, squirrels, and birds. More privacy and "park feeling" in the woods part. Rate was with Golden Access discount.
Park is very clean and green. Bathrooms and showers were very clean. Cable TV worked fine for us. Wi-Fi available but unsecured access. They did not charge the extra $5 for showers as mentioned in earlier reviews. They now have the showers locked and provide you a key when you check in. There are two showers but they give you a key to one. So, in our case the one we had a key to was occupied and we had to wait our turn, then take serial showers as a family all while shower #2 remained unused. Another guest went to get a key and received a key to #1, the one with a line waiting. When I tried to ask why this system, the manager walked away after my first sentence. I recommend park if you don't need to use showers, go elsewhere if you do.
Pleasant campground located next to river. Very friendly management. Wi-Fi deadzone, but strong Verizon signal with broadband. Restroom generally clean but showers have some mold and men's restroom was never stocked with paper towels. Lots of hot water in showers! Our site was a level gravel pull through. Rate listed reflects a GS discount.